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SEASON 5
Episode 4 - Originally Aired: 10/5/2014
Wildlands Conservancy, Music and the Doctor, 21st Century Workplace Skills
Discover how Wildlands Conservancy connects people to nature through educational programming, meet a doctor who has held on to his childhood passion for music, and learn about supporting the skillsets required for the 21st century workplace.

Episode 4 Segments
Wildlands Conservancy
Wildlands Conservancy protects and restores critical natural areas and waterways while educating the community to create a healthy and sustainable environment. Christopher Kocher, President of Wildlands Conservancy, joins us in the studio to discuss their commitment to education and how their programs are designed to get kids off the couch and into nature.
Music and the Doctor
Dr. Roderick Quiros, Surgical Oncologist at St. Luke’s University Health Network, has always made music a part of his life. See how his passion for the violin and involvement with the Ambler Symphony Orchestra positively affects his mental and physical health.
21st Century Workplace Skills
America’s workplace is changing and the skills necessary for success in the 21st century have evolved. Learn how to advance a career and maintain competitiveness in today’s marketplace. Nancy Dischinat, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Workforce Investment Board, joins us in-studio to discuss the importance of career readiness, workforce development centers and the involvement of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce to support WIB initiatives and involve local business.
Episode 3 - Originally Aired: 9/28/2014
St. Luke's Rodale Institute Organic Farm, "Behind the Scenes" 69 News, United Way Day of Caring
In this episode, visit an organic farm situated on a St. Luke University Health Network’s campus, go behind the scenes at WFMZ and our favorite morning program, and watch as United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley shows us the difference ONE day can make.

Episode 3 Segments
St. Luke's Rodale Institute Organic Farm
St. Luke University Health Network has taken an exciting and groundbreaking approach to wellness by introducing the St. Luke’s Rodale Institute Organic Farm. Located on their Anderson Campus, the farm is providing organic produce for patients and employees. Ed Nawrocki, president of St. Luke’s University Health Network Anderson Campus, joins us in-studio to discuss their unique, “Farm to Hospital” effort.
WFMZ 69 News at Sunrise Behind The Scenes
Lights, Camera. . .Action!

WFMZ News at Sunrise anchors, Eve Tannery and Jaciel Cordoba give us a "behind the scenes" look at what it's like to be an anchor for a top-rated morning news program.
United Way Day of Caring
Each year, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley brings together volunteers for a unique event designed to fulfill needs in our community. The annual gathering not only sends a powerful message nationally, but more importantly, changes lives locally.  Crayola President and CEO, Mike Perry, joins us in studio to discuss his and wife, Kim's, role as Campaign Co-Chairs and what Day of Caring means to them
Episode 2 - Originally Aired: 9/21/2014
Pediatric Diabetes, Glassmaking, Camp SMILE

On This Sunday’s Show, learn about pediatric diabetes and the challenges families face, meet a doctor who spends time as a glassmith to unwind, and explore a camp offering fun and support for kids in the fight of their life.


Episode 2 Segments
Pediatric Diabetes
Follow the story of a young girl’s Type I Diabetes diagnosis and how it sparked her family to make positive lifestyle changes. Dr. Pamela Abrams, Pediatric Endocrinologist from St. Luke’s University Health Network, joins us in studio to discuss the condition and important breakthroughs being made.
Glassmaking
Go behind the scenes as St. Luke’s University Health Network surgical oncologist, Dr. Lee Riley, spends time glassmaking in his basement as an outlet to escape the emotional pressures that come with being a physician.
Camp SMILE
Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley and Coco Foundation team up with Cedar Crest College For Camp SMILE, a week-long day camp for children who have been touched by cancer. Kyle O’Neli, Executive Director of Coco Foundation, helps us discover how Camp SMILE gives children the opportunity to just be kids Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley and Coco Foundation team up with Cedar Crest College For Camp SMILE, a week-long day camp for children who have been touched by cancer. Kyle O’Neli, Executive Director of Coco Foundation, helps us discover how Camp SMILE gives children the opportunity to just be kids